Situated in a central district of London’s West End at the corner of The Cavendish London, this bustling neighbourhood has long been considered one of London’s hidden gems; full of galleries, leading designers, independent shops, and world cuisine.
Forming part of the St James's Art District, explore Jermyn Street with its high quality British artistry and craftsmanship. Discover London’s finest men’s tailors, shirt makers, suppliers of leather goods, food and wine merchants, restaurants and art galleries, right at the doorstep of The Cavendish London.
The street also contains Britain's oldest cheese shop, Paxton & Whitfield, trading since 1797 and Queen’s favourite perfumer, Floris. Among the restaurants in the street are the historic Wiltons, the long-established Rowley’s Restaurant, Franco’s and Petrichor Restaurant at The Cavendish London. If you are looking for more contemporary cuisine, pay a visit to St James’s Market offering a selection of acclaimed international restaurants from the traditional British cuisine at Quaglino to Michelin starred Aquavit.
Closest tube station: Piccadilly Circus
Whether you’re a devoted foodie or a history fanatic, click here for a guide to St James’s hidden gems.